well I'm mainly on phone, and most wikis have the home area where people talk, and then they have the wiki area. But halo is one of the ones that don't and I was just wondering if it will come back or not. Sorry for the confussion lol.
Hello, I can't speak for Haloprov but I just had to delete one of your pages due to it disregarding our style policy. Please review our guidelines and use your personal sandbox to make pages and perfect them before putting them onto the public domain.
And to add to 343TGP comment, the formatting on the die cast page was also horrendous but it wasn't why I wiped it. We don't need a page for a terminology for toys. Page like the McFarlane Toys series where it's tied to the company is more appropriate.
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Also is there any way that I could keep the edit but it not be conjecture? I mean in the edit i did say "most likely" I did not say that the reference was the definitive source of the name. And I have heard many call of duty players call the 40 mike mike the "noob tube" so it definitely could be the source of the name! What's more is that the name "Pro Pipe" seems like a very odvious reference to call of duty, i mean, "Pro" is the antonym of "Noob" and "Pipe" is a synonym of "Tube" so it makes sense that it would be the source of the name! That's just my personal opinion but I really do think that is the source of the name! Anyway thanks for not saying something like "DuDe YoU'Re EdItS sUcK " and instead being polite and respectful. I'm new to fandom so is it ok if you give me some tips on how to make better edits and avoid things like conjecture and other things of that sort? Thanks it would help a lot.
On a wiki to catalog canon material, trivial information is usually something that can or have been proven. Stuff like locations or animals and the such being names for places and vehicles can be placed in trivia since it's the origin and the like for example. Having trivia with "most likely" or "probably" is just guessing or head-cannon thought on what is "your" own truth but is really far from it.
There is also some handy links in the automated "Welcome to the Wiki" message. There would be a good start in learning format, sourcing, and the likes.
Hey Haloprov! I'm Technobliterator, and I'm the Fandom Wiki Manager for Halo Alpha. I'm here to help your community, and I'm a liaison to full-time Fandom Staff. If you have any questions relating to the wiki, whether it's code-related, policy related, or otherwise, I'm your first point of contact.
Feel free to let me know if you need anything! I'll check your RecentChanges every so often, but for the quickest replies, drop me a message on my talk page here!
Hey Technobliterator! Glad to have you here and if needed, I'll definitely contact you if anything comes up. The wiki is very lax atm but it's good to know another person checking out for vandals and stuff.
It's been many many times on this thread, some spammers are answering to it with a message like "Thanks for the post", followed by an insanely high number of spam links one after each other (at least a little dozen)... :/ While the thread itself is very very old :(
Can you please close it? It will probably remove a door to spam on your Wiki